What’s New?

Due to popular demand, our in-house engineers have been busy developing some new power features that are designed to make your transition into and out of your powerchair easier. Recently we have introduced an anterior transfer tilt with tilt only power function. Prior to this, users could only access anterior transfer tilt in combination with… Read more »

Visit Magic Mobility at upcoming expos

Magic Mobility’s wheelchair experts will be attending some upcoming mobility and seating expos around Australia and internationally. Come along and visit our experts to find out more about our powerchairs, and find one that suits you. We will be visiting: The Assistive Technology Queensland Conference on November 9 and 10 in Brisbane, Australia. Register to… Read more »

Accessing independence at all ages

When Magic Mobility user Aleacia, now 11, first received her Frontier V6 All Terrain powerchair, it changed the way she interacted with her family, and the roles they played in her life. With her first ever powerchair, Aleacia is able to be an independent, regular child, and experience childhood independence the way most of her… Read more »

A team effort for NDIS powerchair prescription success

Michael Archer knows all about having a team that supports him. Michael has a spinal injury, and he considers himself the leader of a team that consists of health care professionals, therapists, wheelchair experts and family. And when Michael needed a new powerchair, he called on his team to assist. Michael’s network of supporters contributed… Read more »

Putting Magic Mobility powerchairs to the test

Magic Mobility powerchairs are known for helping active users to go further, explore more and live fully. Magic Mobility encourages people to put their powerchairs to the test, to experiment and see how robust they are. Carl is a Melbourne-based user who knows the chairs well. Being an adventure seeker, Carl has always explored the… Read more »

Top 5 tips for choosing your perfect powerchair

A powerchair is so personal, and choosing the right one is probably one of the most important decisions you will make. There are plenty of factors you need to take into consideration when selecting the powerchair that’s right for you. Magic Mobility has been committed to ensuring wheelchair users have access to the best and… Read more »

The Extreme X8, engineered for outdoor adventure

Kevin is a proud patriot, a disabled US Marine Corps veteran, and a keen adventurer. His Extreme X8 enables him to get out on the trails, the beach and his property in Florida. His favourite feature is the ultimate four-wheel drive performance, powered by motors on each wheel. These help him conquer off-road obstacles. Kevin… Read more »

Captaining your team

We had a chat to Magic Mobility users Ray and Mark about why it’s so important that they lead their team, and what being team leader means to them. For Ray, being surrounded by the right team is key to finding the right products and funding, to help you be the most able you can… Read more »

Custom Power Chair

All of our customers are different and our versatile range of wheelchairs cater to this. Sometimes though, our customers have such unique needs that we need to go above and beyond, building a truly custom wheelchair for them. The power chair pictured below is an example of what custom really means. We build something like… Read more »

Electric Wheelchair Camera Mount

It’s the best feeling in the world, receiving great feedback from our customers about how our wheelchairs and services help make their lives that bit better. One recent comment came through our Facebook page, where Niamh wrote the following: “I would like to thank Ash (of Magic Mobility) for making a camera mount for my… Read more »

My Frontier V6 All-Terrain – Carl

I’m Carl Thompson, I work for Magic Mobility and drive a Frontier V6 All-Terrain. It is our biggest and most outdoor capable mid-wheel drive wheelchair. I live in the Melbourne suburbs though, not the outback, so why did I choose a large chair with all-terrain capabilities? My spine can get quite painful due to my… Read more »